Country code top-level domains (ccTLDs)

Country Code Top-Level Domains (ccTLDs) are two-letter top-level domains (ccTLDs) created and reserved for a particular country or state in order to identify it in a domain name.

There are over 255 ccTLDs at this time; of these, 42 countries have adopted the UDRP.

In Canada, CIIDRC’s parent organization, BCICAC, has been administering .ca domain name disputes under the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) Dispute Resolution Policy (CDRP) since 2002.

If you’re looking for the list of gTLDs which are subject to the UDRP, please find them here.

The list of the Countries who have adopted the UDRP is as follows:

CountryccTLD
American Samoa.as
Anguilla.ai
Antigua and Barbuda.ag
Bahamas.bs
Belize.bz
Bermuda.bm
Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.ve
Cocos Islands.cc
Columbia.co
Cyprus.cy
Democratic Republic of the Congo.cd
Djibouti.dj
Ecuador.ec
Equatorial Guinea.gq
Federated States of Micronesia.fm
Fiji.fj
Grenada.gd
Guatemala.gt
Kiribati.ki
Malawai.mw
Mali.ml
Montenegro.me
Nauru.nr
Niue.nu
Pakistan.pk
Palau.pw
Panama.pa
People’s Democratic Republic Laos.la
Pitcairn Islands.pn
Puerto Rico.pr
Republic of Moldova.md
Romania.ro
Saint Lucia.lc
Samoa.ws
Seychelles.sc
Sierra Leone.sl
Somalia.so
Tajikistan.tj
Trinidad and Tobago.tt
Tuvalu.tv
Uganda.ug
Virgin Islands.vg